Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. R C BERWICK

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Robert Charles Berwick, from Manor Park, Essex served with 25 Squadron in the Battle of Britain.

In early 1941 he was posted to 78 Squadron at Dishforth as a Flight Sergeant, flying in Whitleys.

Berwick was killed aged 22 whilst in Whitley V Z6661 when it crashed at Lorup, west of Bremen, during a raid on that city on 19th June 1941.

Also lost were:

P/O TC Richards

F/Sgt. HR George

Sgt. CF Cook

 

All are buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery.

 

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